Virtual Hands-On Computer Science Workshop - April 20



Regular price $1,000.00

Virtual Hands-On Computer Science Workshop

We're offering a workshop on April 20.  The presenter for the event is Andrew Bannish, Harvard Graduate School of Education*.  You will receive one NeuroMaker HAND STEM kit and/or one NeuroMaker BCI (brain computer interface) based on the option you choose above.  Regardless of which option you choose, participants are invited to attend all three hours.

Tuesday, April 20, 12:00-3:00 PM EDT
  • Computer Science Workshop A: NeuroMaker Hand - 12:00 - 1:30 PM ET
    Introduces computer science for real world artificial intelligence and brain computer interface activities. Join Andrew to control your NeuroMaker Hand with advanced programming tools.The NeuroMaker Hand provides interdisciplinary computer science explorations in biomedical engineering, brain computer interfaces and career discovery.
  • Computer Science Workshop B: NeuroMaker BCI - 1:30 - 3:00 PM ET
    Introduces computer science that transitions NeuroMaker Hand programming tools to text based python programming utilized in NeuroMaker BCI. Join Andrew to control brain data coming from your NeuroMaker BCI headbands to visualize brain activity, run advanced algorithms and engage with future careers.
  • Deadline to sign up is April 14!

In the Notes section of the shopping cart, please provide the participants' names, email addresses, and schools where they teach.

After the presentation, participants will receive a certificate reflecting hours of professional development.

Andrew Bannish is a product manager of BrainCo's NeuroMaker STEM educational products, striving to introduce students to the world of advanced prosthetics and Brain Computer Interfaces. Previously, Andrew has been the representative of foreign educational institutions including FIRST Robotics and the World Robot Olympiad overseeing programming for more than 40,000 students annually. Andrew created the Preferred Robotics Entry Policy which has awarded over one million USD in scholarships to students who display exemplary talent in engineering education. Andrew was the competition manager of the FIRST Global robotics program which brought together thousands of students from over 163 countries together into annual robotics education events. His work has also been featured in the Hurun Report, CCTV and multiple regional news outlets. Andrew holds a BA from Boston University in International Relations and an Ed.M from Harvard University in Technology, Innovation and Education.